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My Christmas message? There’s probably no God
It is neither emotionally nor spiritually deficient to reject religions that seek to infantilise us with impossible beliefs
Note that this one is from the Guardian, so it’s about the United Kingdom and not the United States.
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What are the atheists afraid of?
This is one to read if you don’t mind the ravings of an annoying guy who doesn’t like us … and wants to make really sure we know it, too.
The atheists predictably demanded a display themselves. Their wish was granted when city officials caved, but rather than being a statement of their nonreligious, unbelieving “faith,” they chose to denigrate and insult my religious beliefs.
I, and many other Christians, simply won’t sit still for this behavior. I know I have friends who are either self-proclaimed or silent atheists, and this column is not about them (even though I can’t understand their decision and know they are making the biggest mistake possible). This column is for the radical members of their group.
Don’t ya love it when the uber-fundies tell us what they really think? They do it so rarely.